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AP Top 25: Little change after day of chalk in Top 25 action

By Chip Patterson | College Football/Basketball Writer
Ohio State quarterback Kenny Guiton set a single-game school record with six TD passes -- all in the first half. (USATSI)
Ohio State QB Kenny Guiton set a single-game school record with six TD passes -- all in the first half. (USATSI)

After a weekend that featured no major upsets, there was very little change in the new Associated Press Top 25. Alabama, Oregon, The entire Top 10 remained intact from a week ago, with Fresno State's Top 25 debut and Arizona State's exit after the loss to Stanford being the most drastic change from last week's poll.

No. 3 Clemson, No. 5 Stanford and No. 6 LSU notched their first conference wins of the season, all by double digits. Ohio State, Louisville and Florida State won handily against lesser competition, but the blowouts could be found all across Top 25 action. In total, 12 of the 21 ranked teams in action this weekend won by at least 21 points and six won by at least 45 points.

The only notable movement is the exchange a few first place votes from Alabama to No. 2 Oregon. The Ducks were off in Week 4, but the Crimson Tide did little to impress voters with their slow-but-steady approach to putting away Colorado State.

Check out the full 25 below.

1. Alabama (56)

2. Oregon (4)

3. Clemson

4. Ohio State

5. Stanford

6. LSU

7. Louisville

8. Florida State

9. Georgia

10. Texas A&M

11. Oklahoma State

12. South Carolina

13. UCLA

14. Oklahoma

15. Miami

16. Washington

17. Northwestern

18. Michigan

19. Baylor

20. Florida

21. Ole Miss

22. Notre Dame

23. Wisconsin

24. Texas Tech

25. Fresno State

Arizona State also dropped out of the Coaches Poll, along with Michigan State -- not ranked in last week's AP Top 25. Wisconsin and Texas Tech, not ranked in last week's Coaches Poll Top 25, move in to take their place.

Full Coaches Poll Top 25

1. Alabama (59)

2. Oregon (3)

3. Ohio State

4. Clemson

5. Stanford

6. LSU

7. Louisville

8. Florida State

9. Texas A&M

10. Georgia

11. Oklahoma State

12. Oklahoma

13. South Carolina

14. UCLA

15. Miami

16. Northwestern

17. Michigan

18. Baylor

19. Florida

20. Washington

21. Ole Miss

22. Notre Dame

23. Fresno State

24. Wisconsin

25. Texas Tech

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